We Android geeks tend to forget than not everyone has the skills, knowhow, time, or interest to root a device, flash the latest nightly, or switch ROMs just for the sake of it. For most people, stock is, gasp, just fine. How about you?
Every week, we round up some of the best videos about Android, mobile devices, and technology from Android Authority and around the web.
Questions abound after Google’s Hugo Barra announced a surprise move to Xiaomi, the rising star of the Chinese mobile industry.
We’re going through some of the highlights of IFA 2013, scheduled to take place on September 6-11. Android Authority will be present at IFA, so expect to see great videos, compelling coverage, and a taste of the behind the scenes experience throughout next week.
Apple, if all reports are correct, now has two manufacturers for their watch, and a team of 100-plus engineers working on the device.
The Galaxy Note 3 will be officially unveiled on September 4, but here’s what we think we know right now!
A recently published paper by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has outlined the security concerns the two government agencies have about the use of Android by emergency service personnel including the police and the fire department.
Speaking with a group of UK journalists recently, ARM CTO Mike Muller talked about a new low voltage microprocessor for embedded devices, and how the energy scavenged from the local environment can be used to power small devices.
The developer of AirCast, an Android application for Chromecast that streams local content, says that Google may have intentionally broken the functionality of the app in a new firmware update for the device.
This week, updates rolled out to a host of Google apps, we’ve heard rumors of the next Nexus, the Zara broke cover, the Note 3 and Galaxy Gear were detailed, the Ubuntu Edge campaign close, and the Nexus 7 (2013) received some much needed bug fixes.